How To Choose Seller Whose Clicks Buy?
How To Choose Seller Whose Clicks Buy?
Kon Petrou
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Hello, friends,
Can you share how to pick up right seller whose clicks buy? Are there any sure fire strategies how to do that?
Cheers, Kon
Posted 18 May at 17:33
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David Everett
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start with the top sellers here, https://udimi.com/forum/mas/1305-week-46-udimi-movers-shakers. Are there any sure fire strategies how to do that? If it was only that simple! Not really sure what you are promoting but, I tend to go with sellers who actually read my swipe and make a determination if is suitable for their list.
Posted 18 May at 18:49
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Kon Petrou
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Thank you, David Everett, How you know who from sellers read your swipe?
Posted 18 May at 19:22
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David Everett
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just send the seller a message, containing your swipe along with your landing page. Most sellers will tell you if their list will respond to your offer. look at the link I sent you on the movers and shakers. There is a reason why the top sellers are on the list.

Good luck!
Posted 18 May at 19:27
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Kon Petrou
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David , thank you for your valuable advice ! really appreciate! Kind regards Konstantin
Posted 18 May at 19:33
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Tom Geo
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Anyone thought about looking the ratings and selecting the ones that leave a rating about sales? i really dont understand the movers and shakers are the ones that sell more clicks nothing to do about clicks converting into sales :(

But thats my opinion
Posted 18 May at 19:41
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Heather Alessandra
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I agree with Tom.

I think the BEST way is to read individual feedback and see who is reporting sales.

However, if you don't want to spend time doing that then the next best is to look at the number of feedbacks,

If a seller has 100 plus feedbacks then chances are they are doing at least something right. Given the feedback rates around here chances are if they have 100 feedbacks they have sold and completed somewhere between 500 and 1000 solo orders.

I would also see that the seller has a verified list. On Udimi it appears they can verify any type of auto responder.

Hope that helps!
Posted 18 May at 20:51
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Kon Petrou
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Thank you for great advise, Heather. Many buyers funnels doesnt adjusted for sells, many buyers reports conversions only
Posted 18 May at 20:57
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Kon Petrou
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Thank you for bright idea Tom, looks like the most important criteria why people are buying solos are "forgotten"
Posted 18 May at 20:58
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David Everett
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that`s my point. ratings are fine but for whatever reason, I do not see many buyers saying "I made 12 front end sales and 2 back end sales. Ron, I`m just giving you a starting point. Eventually, you`ll have to test the waters and buy to see what works for you and your offer.

I bought a solo from a seller awhile back and made $150 on the front end with a 64% optin rate. Yes, it`s a little high but I have spent years on putting together the right squeeze page.

Bought from the same seller again and got nothing! Lol, it happens, just don`t get discouraged.
Posted 18 May at 21:09
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Matthew T
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Your best bet is starting with a small amount of click ex: 100-200 and seeing how well they convert. Always aim for a minimum of 70% Top Tier with Buyers included and check out rating. The more you screen your sellers the better chance you have of getting a good deal.
Posted 19 May at 16:31
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Kon Petrou
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Thank you, Mathew!
Posted 19 May at 16:49
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